Alabama baseball closes out its five-game road trip with a Tuesday matchup against the No. 18 Auburn Tigers at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery, home of the Montgomery Biscuits. The Crimson Tide and Tigers are scheduled for a 8 p.m. ET start on Tuesday, March 28 at the Double-A ballpark. The game will air live on ESPNU with Dave Neal on the play-by-play and former Auburn standout Gabe Gross providing the color for the midweek, non-conference matchup (result does not count toward SEC record).
Alabama baseball vs. Auburn game time, details
Game 1: Tuesday, March 28, 8 p.m. ET
Location: Riverwalk Stadium, Montgomery, Ala.
What TV channel is the Alabama baseball vs. Auburn game on?
The game will air live on ESPNU with Dave Neal on the play-by-play and Gabe Gross providing the color for the midweek, non-conference matchup
How can I watch the Alabama baseball vs. Auburn game online?
Watch the game online through WatchESPN.
How can I listen to the Alabama baseball vs. Auburn game?
You can follow the game on the Crimson Tide Sports Network. Here is a list of the CTSN affiliates.
What you should know
- Alabama and Auburn will meet for the 287th time on Tuesday evening in a series that dates back to 1896. The pairing will be the ninth all-time in the history of the MAX Capital City Classic. The Crimson Tide hold a 157-129 advantage all-time, with UA out front by a slight 24-23 margin in neutral site games. The Tigers have maintained a 7-1 advantage in the series at Riverwalk Stadium and have won two in a row.
- The Crimson Tide look to freshman left-hander Garret Rukes in Tuesday’s matchup. Rukes has made three starts on the season as part of his six total appearances. In the starting role, the southpaw is 1-0 with a 1.10 ERA (2 ER/16.1 IP) and has allowed 10 hits, while issuing two walks compared to nine strikeouts.